Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Nikon Fan, Aug 4, 2005.
More shots from the Cardinals game...
Excellent photos. These are just great.
Nice work, I like theme.
The second one does it for me, followed by the first. I'm not sure if I like tha colors in 3 (there seems to be a bit of red/purple colorcast)
Oh, and I've never been a real fan of colored borders, they seem to speak for the picture instead of letting the photo speak for itself (Man, I'm really becoming the resident border police )
Thanks everyone...except for the braves comment We won't talk about the Cards game tonight
Joe, I tend to agree with you on the border thing, I was feeling a little crazy today and went for the red borders thinking it make be more Cardinals appropriate, but from now on it's the typically black and white borders
Here's another shot of the opposing team, I was going to title it booo
WOW i like that last one what camera did you use
All were shot using a Canon Rebel XT, in the last I was using a Tamron 70-300 telephoto lens. This shot was during the practice before the game and I was close to the field, all the other shots are further away b/c I was in the bleacher section so I couldn't get in as close.
thats a nice camera my dad has one but i pay for all my camera equipment myself im only 11 yearsold and can take better pics than most people i do have a pretty good camera in both the Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z1 and Sony Cybershot DSC-S85 but i cant pay for a 1000$ Digital Single Light Reflex 500$ was my max until i get a job to pay for this stuff im stuck with this
No worries Stillalive, you'll get a fancy camera some day, I'm 22 and just got my first nice camera, so I think you're ahead of the game with the cameras you got All I had was some disposables then Be nice to your dad and maybe he'll let ya borrow his
thats a pipe dream my dad protects his cameras like a squrriel protects an acorn
I am getting a telephoto lens for my Cybershot next month it will double my zoom if i could only get one for my z1 id have a crazy 80x zoom
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